SB 13, Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Act continues to sit in committee since January 7th

  There has been no activity on the "Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Act" since January 7th when it was forwarded to "Licensing, Occupations and Administrative Regulations"...   Whose members include:   Sen. John Schickel [Chair] Sen. Paul Hornback [Vice Chair] Sen. Joe Bowen Sen. Tom Buford Sen. Julian M. Carroll Sen. Denise Harper Angel Sen. Jimmy … Continue reading SB 13, Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Act continues to sit in committee since January 7th

How I ended up where I am…

Kentucky - Sheree Krider  In 2003 I started my quest for knowledge regarding Cannabis and Medical Cannabis.  I had previously raised two daughters and was taking care of my parents.  In 2001 shortly before my Father's death he had called me and asked me if I could get him "a little pot" (at 84 years … Continue reading How I ended up where I am…

no jail for kim davis! “She has a very strong conscience and she’s just asking for a simple remedy, and that is, remove her name from the certificate…”

Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Jailed After Refusing to Issue Marriage Licenses to Same-Sex Couples   Conviction of conscience is our right as U.S. Citizens in order to influence our Government into governing according to "our" beliefs, the beliefs of every American Citizen.  In this case, the issue is very divided among us.  Although I believe … Continue reading no jail for kim davis! “She has a very strong conscience and she’s just asking for a simple remedy, and that is, remove her name from the certificate…”

Guns…

We have the right to bear arms and protect ourselves granted by the 2nd amendment. "License's" are not going to protect anyone because someone who has bad intentions will always find what they are looking for whether it be guns or drugs or even money (via stealing)....You can't regulate gun safety like you cannot effectively … Continue reading Guns…

Let’s talk about DOJ enforcement of marijuana laws…(on Tribal Lands)

      December 12, 2014   Sheree Krider   In reference to the last post regarding the enforcement of marijuana laws on tribal lands: Justice Department on Thursday will tell U.S. attorneys to not prevent tribes from growing or selling marijuana on the sovereign lands Today, via this link, the Department of Justice, as … Continue reading Let’s talk about DOJ enforcement of marijuana laws…(on Tribal Lands)

Put together 2 + 2 and you know you have been lied to

After much thought the last few days I decided I needed to say something about the “state of affairs” that our Country, and the entire world is enduring as we speak. It seems that things that I have thought of in the past are coming true to life now.  Not to mention all the movies … Continue reading Put together 2 + 2 and you know you have been lied to

And that’s the way it was August 16, 2014…

Here is something that tells you about the nature of people and their curiosity about “sensationalized news”... If it is VIOLENCE or something equally as sensational they will flock to it…If it is an “INFORMATIVE and IMPORTANT information” they tend not to care. There was over 1100 people who “saw” the post I put out … Continue reading And that’s the way it was August 16, 2014…

Why we must repeal prohibition

Category: USMJParty Published on Wednesday, 04 September 2013 13:06 Written by Sheree Krider Hits: 5561 Because of the danger that Hitler might be the first to have the bomb, I signed a letter to the President which had been drafted by Szilard. Had I known that the fear was not justified, I would not have … Continue reading Why we must repeal prohibition

Ron Paul wins if Supreme Court strikes Obamacare

      Saturday, 31 March 2012 21:09 BY MURRAY SABRIN COMMENTARY How did it get this far?  Even a naturalized citizen like me and tens of millions of others who took an oath to uphold the Constitution can clearly see that the United States is no longer a constitutional republic with limited powers.  Article … Continue reading Ron Paul wins if Supreme Court strikes Obamacare

Court backs Haley Barbour, rules governor has power to pardon at will

    The Mississippi Supreme Court found Haley Barbour's pardon of 203 inmates upon leaving office in January constitutional, reaffirming a governor's unique power to override the justice system. By Patrik Jonsson, Staff writer / March 9, 2012 Arguing for four convicted murderers pardoned by Gov. Haley Barbour, attorney Tom Fortner told the Mississippi Supreme … Continue reading Court backs Haley Barbour, rules governor has power to pardon at will

The Government regulated and Incorporated war on Marijuana and Hemp

The Government regulated and Incorporated war on Marijuana and Hemp have destroyed the country we live in by replacing what is a totally natural substance with a host of chemical compounds for our every need.  The problem is that the chemicals will kill us, but the Marijuana and HEMP will help to save us. The … Continue reading The Government regulated and Incorporated war on Marijuana and Hemp

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